Delta 767 embeds winglet inside regional jet during runway crash

A Delta 767 was taxing across Boston's Logan airport tonight when it made a connection with a Delta regional jet. The force of the crash was so strong the Boeing left a winglet wrapped up in the poor little jet's tail. » 7/14/11 11:35pm 7/14/11 11:35pm

How To Build A Redneck Jacuzzi Out Of A Pickup

Just in time for the Fourth of July, here’s our ultimate tip for a summer weekend, courtesy of ingenious Hungarians, and a bare-bones Home Depot shopping list. » 7/02/10 10:00am 7/02/10 10:00am

Tehranopnik: The Cars And Car Culture Of Iran

Home to a disputed election, 70 million people and twice as many barrels of cheap oil, Iran has cars aplenty. Meet Paykans, Miniators and Italian exotica—plus the gutsy female drivers of the Islamic Republic. » 6/18/09 4:30pm 6/18/09 4:30pm

Renault Launches Dacia Logan Pickup in Romania

Since you good folks decided the Nissan Cube pickup would be best suffixed with -amino, we'll keep the same convention for this latest offering from Renault's Dacia brand. If you live in Romania, and love truck/cars, you're in luck cause the Dacia Logan (amino) Pick-Up is a light duty small truck with all the modern… » 2/18/08 4:00pm 2/18/08 4:00pm

Petrole De Gens! Renault Concept Sets Emissions Record

Renault's Logan Renault eco² concept, a biodiesel eco-cruiser, set a new record at the Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Shanghai for traveling 107 miles on just 1.42 gallons of fuel with emissions of only 71g/km. Though part of the fuel conservation challenge involves driving at a slow rate of speed to maximize… » 11/19/07 3:30pm 11/19/07 3:30pm

Toyota Developing Super Cheapo Carbuilding Process

If you though the $6,000 Renault Logan was a breakthrough in mass cheapification, Toyota's got a message: Hold on to your centavos. According to President Katsuaki Watanabe, the company is developing a ground-up process of car building that will result in ultra-low-cost vehicles, and potentially, drive down costs… » 1/22/07 7:03am 1/22/07 7:03am